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Introduction: 8.75% of Your Life

SYLVIA WINSTON Features Editor Anne Frank once said, “Parents can only give good advice or put them [children] on the right paths, but the final forming of a person’s character lies in their own hands.” I am not certain how far into the future she was looking at, but I …

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TRIVIA: Did you know…

ANGELA YANG Editor in Chief “The hardest thing in the world is to understand the income tax,” Albert Einstein said. Tax Day falls on April 15 every year unless April 15 lands on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday. If it falls on Friday, taxes are due the following Monday. If …

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The Adult Issue Not Many Know About

Taxes are everywhere and many students aren’t aware of the impact of these everyday “adult” things. Schools teach their students about so many different subjects and increase their knowledge in subjects that the students will never again. While these subjects are very much important, this is an example that schools …

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That Makes Some ‘Cents’

JACQUELYN LOI Staff Writer Teen jobs are not anything out of the ordinary and they range anywhere to tutoring from helping out in local places such as schools, libraries. According to the Boston Globe, about 21 percent of teens with low-income families and 38 percent of teens with household in- …

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Coach Bravo Leaves Varsity Boys’ Soccer Legacy Behind

WESLEY TSAI Staff Writer With a league record of 3-7, the varsity boys’ soccer team was a couple wins short in order to make the California Interscholastic Federation playoffs. The team tied for fourth place in league, having two wins against the San Gabriel Matadors and one win against the …

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ANHAYTE’S ANTICS: Inspiration through Fashion

ANHAYTE GUAJARDO Staff Writer Every sport has their unique style of sportswear. Track and football athletes tend to wear tight pants, while soccer athletes wear a uniform that is much looser. Athletes tend to choose clothes that will benefit their performance. They will look for different ways to increase their …

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MOOR VS. MOOR: Should There Be Rewarding Trophies For Everyone?

BRIANA THAI Staff Writer Athletes are constantly working hard to prove their potential, always attending practice and balancing their priorities, but what happens when they don’t win? Athletes are always taught that when they work hard, it will pay off, but that is hard to believe when despite trying their …

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States Challenge Obama’s Immigration Reform

ELTON HO Copy Editor From Nov. 20-21, 2014, President Barack Obama announced a series of executive orders, together called the Immigration Accountability Executive Action, that would protect up to five million undocumented immigrants from deportation. Seen as an overstep of presidential authority by Republicans, the plan immediately drew criticism and …

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Alhambra Street Festival Welcomes Lunar New Year

CINDY LUO News Editor With five lions roaring and dancing to open the show, the 24th Annual Alhambra Lunar New Year Street Festival took place on Feb. 21 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. “Alhambra City holds this traditional community event with the cooperation of [the] Chamber of Commerce, [the] …

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Chalk Art Festival 2015 Decorates Open House

SHELLEY LIN Staff Writer Every year, a group of AHS students participates in the Chalk Art Festival to present their art at Open House. This year’s Chalk Art Festival had the theme “Heroes” and was held at the quad by ceramics teacher Jayson Pineda. “I try to make the themes …

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